Lori is an essential part of our team at PMB, and she’s involved with a lot of the behind-the-scenes support. In her role as the marketing coordinator, she is responsible for the firm’s advertising, including managing the firm’s Facebook page. She also prepares files for court so our attorneys have accurate medical chronologies to argue on behalf of our clients. “I summarize the treatment history so that the details are at the fingertips of our attorneys,” says Lori. “Even though I don’t have the opportunity to meet clients (since I work part-time from home), I do get a feel for what they’re going through.”
Before coming to our firm, Lori worked for a NYC advertising agency where she was the production manager for several different accounts. After marrying her husband and having children, she decided to put work on hold to be with her family. It was at the suggestion of attorney Lisa, who also happens to be Lori’s big sister, that she returned to the workplace in the legal field.
Lori is grateful to work with the PMB team. “I’ve never met such a nice group of people,” she says. “Working at a large company, everyone is pretty much on their own. With this smaller firm, everyone works together and helps each other to ensure client’s needs are always the priority. I have to say, everyone at the office sincerely cares about each client.”
Lori first noticed this camaraderie during the yearly Christmas gathering that Lisa and Wendy treated the staff to. “In between the festivities, many of the conversations concerned our clients and what else could be done to help them,” Lori says.
Outside of work, family is the most important thing to Lori. She has two daughters, ages 14 and 17, and she appreciates the ability to continue to be at home with them during these school years. “We are a very close-knit family,” says Lori. “I feel thankful, since my teenage girls still love to be around me and my husband! We spend a lot of time together, especially at the beach on the weekend — that’s our getaway.”
That extends to the relationship with our attorney Lisa. “I look up to my sister even more now that I see what she’s doing at work. She is one of the hardest-working people I know, and she puts her heart and soul into everything she does,” Lori says. She appreciates the way Lisa has always looked out for her, as well. “No matter what age we are, she still takes me under her wing and guides me, just like when we were younger. I’m so fortunate to have a sister, and a boss, like her. It’s gotten us closer. It’s been a real pleasure to work with all of the caring and hard-working women here at PMB.”
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